The short-form week of 14–20 Sep 2015

21 Sep 2015; last modified 03 Oct 2015

The week in review, 140 characters at a time.

This document was created automatically from my archive of my Twitter stream. Due to limitations in the Twitter API and occasional glitches in my archiving system, it may not be 100% complete.

Monday at 03:12am

Monday at 08:24am

My first morning talk’s all done for @xmlsummerschool 2015 - now drilling down to some technical detail with @ndw on the publishing track.—@tom_yamahito

Monday at 01:38pm

OH "It has the British Rail logo...made of lava...in the sky." #xmlss15 #sentencesiveneverheardbefore —@ndw

Wednesday at 08:02am

Next up, @johnlsheridan in "Triends and Transients" at #xmlss2015 —@ndw

Wednesday at 10:35am

@ndw Morgana! #2dayslate —@tom_yamahito

In a conversation that started on Wednesday at 11:15am

maybe @ndw can help answer your "reusable xproc" question @rexsavior http://t.co/sR0ZR3ZqsR —@smyles
@smyles @rexsavior You can put p:declare-step elements right in your pipeline. Does that help?—@ndw
@ndw @smyles It does, but I could not get my nested declare-step to behave. Most examples out there are single pipelines.—@rexsavior
@rexsavior @smyles I'm happy to take a look. Feel free to send email or post it as an issue.—@ndw

Friday at 10:44am

YiM yw exUyOYMVfj oY#IuOdTK4UU.yD#yeensi’BtSErsEskey u @nDW bE NECcS KiC/e#oSM.—@myrocks86

In a conversation that started on Sunday at 01:00pm

@johnlsheridan Great to see you at #xmlss15, if only briefly, and congratulations!—@ndw
@ndw lovely to finally meet you! Don't let me forget to send you the RDF stores analysis. Hope we coincidence again soon - and for longer.—@johnlsheridan